Despite a relatively short career of just 4 years from 1965 to 1969, Small Faces stand as one of the most influential British groups of the sixties. They produced a string of hugely successful singles from their debut “Whatcha Gonna Do About It” through to “The Universal” and one of the truly classic psychedelia albums “Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake”. This retrospective programme combines full length performances with archive interviews with the late Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane and new interviews with Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones plus short lived original member Jimmy Winston to tell the full story of this extraordinary band.
1) Whatcha Gonna Do About It 2) I’ve Got Mine 3) Sha La La La Lee 4) Plum Nellie / You Need Loving / Baby Please Don’t Go 5) Hey Girl 6) All Or Nothing 7) I Can’t Make It 8) Tell Me (Have You Ever Seen Me) 9) My Way Of Giving 10) Talk To You 11) Here Come The Nice 12) Green Circles 13) Itchycoo Park 14) I’m Only Dreaming 15) Tin Soldier 16) Lazy Sunday 17) Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake 18) Song Of A Baker 19) Happiness Stan 20) Rollin’ Over 21) The Hungry Intruder 22) The Journey 23) Mad John 24) Happydaystoytown 25) The Universal
Option to play the songs only including four performances not featured in the main programme: (1) Hey Girl (2) All Or Nothing (3) Talk To You (4) Rollin’ Over.
The last filmed interview with Ronnie Lane from 1988.
Photo gallery of shots taken by famed engineer Eddie Kramer at London’s Olympic Studios in 1967.